New York – Experts warned in recent weeks that terrorists were in the process of utilizing women’s breast implants as a means of delivering explosives and explosive devices onto commercial air flights. This led to the TSA implementing what many have dubbed ‘invasive’ new enhanced pat down measures, especially on women – leading to a great deal of controversy.
Experts are now warning that these measures have inspired Al Qaeada and other terrorist groups to seize hold of these new procedures with a new terror evoking response; utilizing none other than sexually transmitted diseases!
A recent report out of Yemen suggests that terror groups are actively recruiting people known to have sexually transmittable diseases such as gonorrhea, genital warts, hepatitis and even crabs. The hope is that when combined with the new, ‘full contact’ examination methods, the contagions will be spread with the full help and cooperation of the TSA’s new enhanced body-frisk methodologies.
As many pundits and critics of the new TSA techniques have suggested, these methods involve all-but fondling of the breasts and groin areas of anyone that opts out of the previously controversial ‘full body scanners’ utilizing Advanced Imaging Technologies. Intelligence experts now say that these bodily contacts are ‘providing great opportunity for terrorists to exploit these new measures for the spread of such contagions‘.
One of the fears is additional exploitation of women in those countries. “Even if a woman obtains a venereal disease from an infeliditous husband, the husband would generally accuse the wife of the infidelity,” says middle eastern cultural sociologist Dr. Faruq Shadid. “Normally, any woman accused of infidelity in a country under strict sharia law would likely face execution. Committing an act of terror as a means of redemption is practically a given.”
The TSA has yet to issue a statement on the subject but they are rumored to be in the process of enacting stricter requirements on the disposal of inspector’s gloves and other sterile safe measures. Although some rumors suggest that STD testing as a possible passenger requirement prior to boarding an international flight is not out of the question.